Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Bloom and Grow Mixed Media Project

Hello and Welcome.
Today I am posting a little project I made for
Here is this month's Mood Board

All the details for joining in with
Prizes and Guest Spot are Here

I went with the bottom right side 
for my popsicle stick background
attaching them to heavy cardboard
gesso-ing and colouring with
Ranger Distress Grit Paste and a mix of
Prima Parisian Rosewood Powder,
Brusho's Sandstone and 
Lindy's Jolly Roger Red Spray.
Hessian was added to the background
with some die cut leaves which were waxed
with Art Alchemy Antique Gold.
Birdcage was painted with Art Alchemy 
Mermaid Sparkle Sparks and tied with
Prima Teal Wire.
Flowers are by Little Birdie
in colours to match the Mood Board.
The resin heart is waxed with Vintage Gold.
Tied a bow with some stray hessian bits
and finished with die cut sentiments
from ARTplorations.

Products I used from Random Arts are
Little Birdie Flowers
Prima Wire
Resin Heart
Tim Holtz Distress Grit Paste
Art Alchemy Vintage Gold Wax
Lindy's Jolly Roger Red Spray

Popping this over to the Current Challenge at
Bleeding Art Mixed Media Challenge

Thanks for dropping in


*Vicki* said...

Wow! What a very stunning Fall project! Love how you've made it look like a wooden pallete background with the burlap and pretty elements! TFS! HUGS

lostinpaper said...

Brilliant Ina, those flowers add the perfect amount of bright colour!

Mac Mable said...

The lolly pop sticks look fabulous and the texture and design is stunning Ina x

Shona Erlenborn said...

Wow! Love your popsicle stick background - you are so creative with your mixed media Ina! Love this project!

Helen said...

Such a clever creation, Ina! I love the addition of the bright, happy flowers!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Your design is so gorgeous and you certainly captured the colors of the mood board. I love the popsicle background too.

Carol L said...

The details you added are just amazing! I love how you put this together!

Cathy F said...

What a fun project - the flowers really pop! Thanks for joining us at Bleeding Art!